Nov 1, 2018
How can we collectively act now to dramatically shift our course to a better planetary future?
In this episode Amisha meets New
York Times bestselling author and speaker Daniel Pinchbeck. His
most recent book "How Soon is Now" looks at the ecological crisis
as a rite of passage or initiation for humanity and proposes a
"blueprint for the future".
Daniel speaks about the disruptive breaks and shifts in consciousness required to address our global crises and the technological, systemic and social solutions which will support them- including blockchain, gigantic kelp farms and planetary terraforming.
We hear why collective mass action is our best hope for change, how Facebook offers the potential for collective action but thwarts us from having the power and why we must prepare now to act quickly when the next breaking point comes and what stands in the way of committed, collective action.
"We are in this process of disintegration - an accelerated meltdown of what were stable aspects of our planetary support system- expressing something within us that has to die, change and be reborn." ~ Daniel Pinchbeck
Links from this episode and more at www.thefutureisbeautiful.co